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LESCOT has a wide range of immersive simulation equipment, enabling it to cover a broad spectrum of uses.

In particular, these simulators enable work to be carried out on the new problems associated with autonomous vehicles, such as regaining control, monitoring internal states, visual strategies and postures, studying the link between physiological measurements (heart rate, EEG, etc.) and driving activity, characterising the driving performance of specific populations (head injuries, healthy or pathological ageing, young drivers, etc.), building relevant driving scenarios in order to develop training or re-education programmes, evaluating driving assistance systems, testing and evaluating road infrastructure developments, etc.